What Are Cell Movements How Are These Movements Created

  • 21 Dec, 2011

    Cell movements are movements performed by cell structures, like the movements of cilia and flagella, the pseudopod movements (in amoeba, macrophages, etc.), the cyclosis of the cytoplasm and the sarcomere contraction in muscle cells.Cell movements can be created by the citoskeleton action, by differences of viscosity among cytoplasmic regions and by intracellular contraction systems.

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